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I have attached a synology NAS to a Window 2008 server through the network cable. Its can attached the NAS as local disk under Window 2008.

When it reboot the server, it have problem accessing the NAS on the BIOS setup and I need to bypass it in order to boot up the Window 2008. Is there a way to fix the problem as I can remotely reboot the server since it always get stop at the initial startup.
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If I understand correctly you have a server with 2 NICS, 1 is to your lan and 1 is to your NAS.

If this is the case and you do not use pxe boot for anything, just disable network boot in your server BIOS or you can just change the boot order to have your local disk before network boot.
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